The Gospel Reloaded: Exploring Spirituality and Faith in The Matrix
The world has changed. The Gospel Reloaded rushes headlong into The Matrix, exploring the trilogy's intricate details, religious undertones, and eclectic philosophies. These aren't movies you just "watch." They are postmodern epics, full of meaning and metaphor--deserving of serious inquiry and contemplation. Get inside the collective minds of the Wachowski brothers. See how even the minute details--from Neo's name to Thomas Anderson's room number--yield secrets to better understand the film. The movies call us to seek and find. Read how the themes of The Matrix call you to your own spiritual revelation. Ask of your own life: what's real and what's a mirage? Then you'll discover just how deep this rabbit hole really goes.
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INTRODUCTION On Easter weekend, 1999, moviegoers first entered The Matrix.
They came for the adventure, the martial arts, the gritty vision of a bleak science
fiction future. Or they came to see Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne.
Richard Corliss, writing in Time magazine, first spotted the movie references:
science fiction dystopias like Blade Runner and Tlie Terminator, Hong Kong
action films (both martial arts and John Woo gunplay). Japanese anime. But
Tltc Matrix found another strong influence in Japanese manga — ultra- violent
comics featuring superheroes and martial arts — and its cinematic equivalent,
anime. Japanese anime has become familiar to American mainstream audiences
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Pop a red pill and journey with the authors down the rabbit hole to the burgeoning world of Matrix spirituality. Ever since Neo first discovered his true identity in the now-famous 1999 sleeper hit ... Read full review
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